Archive for June, 2003
GPoke (GP32 application)

GPoke is an early karaoke-player. Details on it’s official page. Thanks toGP32emufor the news.http://www.makenai.net/gpoke

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GPBlocks v1.0 (GP32 game)

Andreas Gustafsson released his first ever GP32 game, it’s called GPBlocks and is a puzzle game similar to Columns. Try to remove the falling blocks by placing them so that four or more of the same color are next to eachother.Game features:* Easy to learn gameplay* 16 bit color graphics* Sound effects* Highscore is saved to SMChttp://www.lysator.liu.se/~sdw

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GP-Art WIP (GP32 application)

Pekele had a post on the GP32 Xtreme Webboard about the latest progress on his GP32 drawing program. Here is a copy and paste from Pekele’s posting: now you can trace: -3 lines of various sizes.- a rectangle fills or empty – a circle fills or empty the pot of painting works, I attached it so that it fills of [&hellip

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CaSTaway GP v11.5 (AtariST emulator for GP32)

Another update of CaSTawayGP. The changes: NEW: Added floppy disk image for showing disk reads – both Disk A and Disk B are shown as little disk images on the right bottom corner; try using GEM to copy from A: to B: and watch it 🙂 if the Drive B: icon flashes away and wipes out part of the virtual [&hellip

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GBalpha Walkman v2.0 (GBA demo)

I got an e-mail from YiFei this morning containing a link to his latest”GBalpha Walkman”demorom for GBA. It includes a music player and an ebook option for eg the lyrics. The music example is some chinese popmusic by an artist I do not know. Here are a few lines from the mail: It is a very cool music ROM with [&hellip

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El-Hazard (GBA game / interactive story)

For now the most massive freeware game for Gameboy Advance were the Uranus series by ZoneGN. This isn’t anymore. At a well known emulation news page, they got a game submission”El-Hazard”. The whole rom is nearly 20 megabytes! This romis officialy declared as game, but it’s probably more an interactive story…oh well, here is a copy and paste of the [&hellip

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